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show. >> samsung came up with a very interesting 5.5 inch flexible screen that kind of makes you imagine all kinds of possibilities
. okay? look at that! that's a display from samsung that can flex and bend without breaking. i don't know. i just though that was amazing. they call it the yume, and they say it could be used in phones and tablets one day. he says the technology is unlikely to appear in a device as soon as this year, samsung just wanted to show off what it could do. certainly impressed me. >>> it's been 525 days since the u.s. lost its top credit rating. what are we doing to get it back? leon panetta has ordered departments to start cutting costs, in case they don't reach a deal on spending. probably a pretty smart move from the defense secretary. >>> now our third story "outfront." breaking news. the center for disease control has just told cnn that the flu is now at epidemic levels in the united states. right now, widespread, in 41 states. here's the latest map from the centers of disease control. all that red is high flu activity. now i'm going to flip it to show you the same time last year, green, minimal activity. i mean, a totally different picture. this year's flu season came sooner than expected a
to release a cheaper iphone to compete with samsung and they say, although apple only has 20 percent of the smart phone market they have 75 percent of smartphone profits. >> 6:12. if you want to give facebook duck -- zuckerberg's attention, it will cost you. >> people are lining >> walnut creek, campbell and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> good morning, again. this is our least amount of color and into the orange we have the dry air and the moist air is the green and blue to the north and the jet stream we talked about is digging a big trough of low pressure over us which is the bowl of cold air that will keep our temperatures below average this afternoon. 49 at livermore and morgan hill is cool and 53 in ocean land on the warm end. tomorrow and sunday, frosty start with temperatures in the low 50's and we will see a slow warming trend on monday and low-to-mid 50's. kristen and eric? >> the latest on the nation-wide flu outbreak that continues to spread this morning coast to coast. hospitals are overwhelmed. now some schools are closing. and now from washington, dc, we learn t
say that could trigger a new direction of design for the company. >> a lot of money, though. samsung has its own idea of the future of smartphones. check this out. it introduced a flexible screen. it doesn't appear bendable enough to fold in half. but it could be rolled up if needed. they showed a video featuring a concept of the phone using that technology as it opens up like a book to reveal a tablet-sized screen. no word on when you might be able to buy this flexible screen technology. i guess you could put it in your pocket. pop out and put it in your shoe maybe. >> that would work. >>> ahead at 6:30 princess kate official portrait revealed. we won't say anything about it. we'll let you be the judge. >> a presidential motorcade makeover. what one lawmaker wants to see changed. >>> new information about the suspect accused of killing a local college student. what he admitted to police. >>> before the temperature climbs, we're going to get [ female announcer ] back to school means back to busy mornings. that's why i got them pillsbury toaster strudel. warm flaky pastry with delicio
. >>> samsung has a revolutionary idea about what your future smartphone screen might look like. they introduced a flexible screen at the consumer electronic's show. it doesn't appear bendable to fold enough in half but it can be rolled up. they showed a video that featured the concept of the phone using the technology that opens up like a book to reveal a tablet sized screen inside. no word from the company if or when you might be able to buy this technology. >>> small losses on wall street this morning. we'll check in with cnbc julia bo borestin. >>> stocks are hovering around the flat line. the dow has been bouncing in and out of positive territory and the nasdaq and s&p are both just fracktionly low lower right now and this comes after the s&p 500 hit a five-year closing high yesterday afternoon. and economic news, import prices slipped a tenth of a percent last month and in november, the trade deficit unexpectedly increased by 16%. looking at some of the stocks making headlines today. best buy shares are soars as much as 12% earlier. this after -- and they're leading the s&p 500. this after
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expensive devices. samsung came up with a very interesting 5.5 inch flexible screen that kind of makes you imagine all kinds of possibilities of how ot screen can be used. you can, for example, bend a screen in your hand if you are holding on to say a subway rail and reading an ebook with the other hand and fold it into the cup of your hand. these are really interesting possibilities. and it creates new markets and new avenues for growth for these companies. >> in recent years companies we really didn't think of as makers of equipment, amazon, gooeling, microsoft, places that have earned their bones in other parts of the computing or communications business were big players at the consumer electronics show. is that still the case? >> those big very cutting edge innovaters in the smart phone and tablet in particular are actually not really here at the consumer electronic show. but they are certainly felt here in that there is a lot of floor space dedicated to accessory to its iphone o for example. but apple doesn't even have a booth here. google doesn't either and amazon has a small presenc
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to happen. it has to happen in order to be able to grow. i keep coming back to, samsung has the hot one. arm holdings, they're in apple. people are saying, look, i can't take apple anymore. now, remember, it is at 520. >> and maybe inside of apple you play like qualcomm, which gets into device, not just an apple device. qualcomm is estimated there's about $4 to $5 of content in every iphone, and that is about the same as samsung. that's the ultimate -- >> i went out and saved money with qualcomm. scott mcgregor's got it down. it's in everything. amen, qualcomm. >> still in the smartphone space, r.i.m. having what is like almost an echo of past headlines. that is more trouble with service in the middle east. i think asia -- no, middle east -- >> africa. >> -- africa, yeah. >> and indonesia. that's where they're headquartered, isn't it? >> big population there. >> another downgrade today. it's really -- the new iteration is apparently not taking the world by storm, right? you switched. everybody switched. >> i switched. >> you switched, right? growing work horses here, this is the bmo. the sto
china buying 400 phones. >> and samsung is getting huge market share. by the way, the coolest new phone you'll ever see in your whole life, they now make a screen that doesn't break. >> what? >> it's foldable, twistable, you can't break it. >> have you broken a screen on your phone? >> no, but people are constantly breaking phones. you drop them on the floor and they break. anyway, amazon is taking aim at apple's i tune store unveiling amazon autorip. it's free versions of music cds they pufr chased. analysts hope it will encourage more people to use the class service. >> how would you know whether you were being a really good lincoln or not? how do we know how he acted and how he talked? how would you know if someone was a really good -- other than just good makeup? how would you know whether it was good performance? >> it's guesswork. it doesn't sound like daniel day-lewis. >> but they're saying that he is -- that no one should even show um, that is nominated with him because he's going to win. but how do you know he's realistic? >> it is amazing considering he's european and -- >> bu
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